Mathematical Beauty Jason Svedin (tutor for hire)

Abstract models can be cheaply reproduced with relatively high accuracy using modern 3d printing methods

Complex composite surfaces yield unexpected results

Attempts to force these abstract and chaotic forms to conform to our needs regularly meets with failure, beautiful in its imperfection

Even some of the most complex and chaotic figures yield predictable patterns through study

Something as simple as plant life can form beautiful patterns

Illusion is common, even expected

The underlying structure is always there, sometimes visible...

...other times it must be imagined

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Jason Svedin
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Created with images by benwatts - "Chalkboard" • PublicDomainPictures - "fractal red white" • PublicDomainPictures - "fractal pink aqua" • fdecomite - "Real vs Virtual" • fdecomite - "Starry Slide-Together" • fdecomite - "Playing Cards polyhedron : following the edges of an icosidodecahedron" • fdecomite - "Joining Vertices: from virtual to real" • fdecomite - "Real Life Game of Life" • fdecomite - "Two versions of real world penrose impossible triangles" • fdecomite - "Real-World Dupin Cyclide" • fdecomite - "Framed icosahedron"

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